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Post-production, festival attention, and eventual release are bound to alter a filmmaker's perspective on a film -- particularly so, if the work is an intensely personal document of fatherhood starring their real-life son. Actor/director Mark Webber has done just that though with Isaac Love -- two years old during filming -- for “The End of Love” (read our review) and a week before its theatrical opening, he chatted with us about the journey from Sundance, Isaac's performance, and his next directorial effort. The drama, which also stars Shannyn Sossamon, Frankie Shaw, and cameos Michael Cera, first appeared in U.S. Dramatic Competition at Sundance 2012, where Webber landed involvement with three films total: “The End of Love,” “For a Good Time, Call…,” and “Save the Date.” All three were picked up for distribution, and when we caught up with him last January, he explained, “As an artist, you live for moments. »

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